Tag Archives: Women’s Super League

Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

By | 24th February 2020

Everton start new era with nightmare, Liverpool’s slide shames the Premier League leaders, and Spurs happily eye next seasonManchester City and Chelsea played out a brilliant 3-3 draw, full of relentless end-to-end action, quality play, and the pendulu…


Man City 3 Chelsea 3: Hemp earns hosts a point as WSL’s top two slug it out in six-goal thriller

By | 23rd February 2020

NOTHING could split the WSL’s top two teams in a six-goal blockbuster that had almost everything. Twice table-topping Manchester City took the lead, with goals by Ellen White and Georgia Stanway. But on both occasions Chelsea hit back through Ji So-yun’s strike and a Magdalena Eriksson header. The drama continued when the hosts were awarded […]


Alex Scott: Fabio Capello’s small-minded opinions on women’s football are outdated and damaging to the game

By | 22nd February 2020

FABIO CAPELLO’S comments about making goals and pitches smaller for women’s football are just disrespectful, in my opinion. The former England manager said: “I think the goal is too big for women and that the pitch is too wide. “When they play basketball and volleyball, they lower the net because they are not tall like […]


Mitchell’s 35-yarder fires Spurs back from red to WSL point against Everton

By | 12th February 2020

Everton manager Willie Kirk was left ruing “stupid” dropped points as his side missed out on the chance to overtake Manchester United in their race to be best of the rest in the Women’s Super League.Chloe Kelly hit her ninth goal in 11 starts out wide …

Women’s Super League, Championship, Scottish Premiership: clockwatch – live!

By | 12th February 2020

Live updates from all Wednesday’s matchesScoreboard: follow all the goals as they go in!Why won’t clubs invest properly in WSL teams?Get in touch! Email Niall or tweet @niallmcveigh 9.16pm GMT GOAL! Huddersfield 0-3 Cardiff (Paterson 69) Job done for N…

Liverpool never built on early WSL titles and now must scrap to stay up… starting against Everton

By | 8th February 2020

LIVERPOOL’S rich history counts for nothing — as the women’s side are finding out. While the men’s team are flying high as the Premier League’s runaway leaders, their female counterparts are second from bottom in the Women’s Super League. You mention the name Liverpool and it’s known across the globe for being iconic. But the […]

It’s time for Premier League clubs to bring their women’s teams in-house and share same facilities as men

By | 1st February 2020

IT is about time every Premier League club brought their women’s side in-house to share the same facilities as the men. Donning the same badge as the men may be as good as it gets for some women’s teams. They are forced to train up to 40 miles away, play on appalling pitches and pack […]

Crystal Palace Women keeper Lucy Gillett suffered sexist abuse during game as fans told ref to ‘check the gender’

By | 17th January 2020

CRYSTAL PALACE WOMEN goalkeeper Lucy Gillett has claimed that she faced vile sexist abuse during her side’s match with Coventry United at the weekend. The alleged abuse is said to have taken place in the first half of the Women’s Championship match. And Gillett claims that several men in the crowd behind her shouted for […]

Emma Mitchell’s move to Spurs makes sense in weird world of club rivalries

By | 8th January 2020

Defender’s switch from Arsenal has hit a nerve but lack of historical enmity means it is not controversial in the slightestWhen the defender Emma Mitchell’s loan move from Arsenal to Tottenham was announced last Friday, it divided opinion. For some, it…

Too many Women’s Super League pitches are not up to scratch and it’s damaging the game

By | 4th January 2020

IT is unacceptable that many pitches in the Women’s Super League are not fit for purpose. Before the Christmas break, both Birmingham’s home game against Manchester United and West Ham’s trip to Bristol City were called off because of waterlogged pitches. This is the exact reason I wasn’t in favour of the decision to move […]